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Steve Kimock Live at Haymaker Festival on 2005-05-21
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Larry Keel Live at Green Acres on 1997-12-31
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Steve Kimock Live at The Narrows Center for the Arts on 2013-02-20
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Steve Kimock Live at Tupelo Music Hall on 2013-02-21
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Steve Kimock Band Live at High Sierra Music Festival - Late Night on 2000-07-02
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ALO- Animal Liberation Orchestra - Soul Power, A tribute to late, great, Godfather of Soul- James Brown
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Garaj Mahal Live at King Kat Club on 2001-09-21
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Fareed Haque Group Live at Last Day Saloon on 2002-06-29
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Animal Liberation Orchestra Live at Belly Up Tavern on 2012-02-11
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Steve Kimock Live at Jenner Playhouse on 2002-07-28
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New Mastersounds Live at Belly Up Tavern on 2011-07-07
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Grateful Dead Live at Family Dog at the Great Highway on 1969-11-02
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Hope Chest Live at Rickshaw Stop on 2013-01-05
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Steve Kimock Live at Fairfield Theatre Company - StageOne on 2012-12-06
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Grateful Dead Live at Merriweather Post Pavilion on 1985-06-30
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Comment: A good night at a great venue. 1985 is dead-cat-bounce year, in the pre-coma Garcia-decline narrative, as the band, celebrating its twentieth anniversary, dusted off some oldies and toyed with a few novelties. Some may prefer the Oade brothers’ audience recording, which has the tinny sound of the old pavilion, but it would be cruel to foist that on newcomers. This soundboard is cymbally, too. Just add bass. The “Shakedown Street” has swagger. 1985 was a good year for “Brown-Eyed Women.” Then the walls caved in. Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2012/11/nicks-picks-paumgarten-picks-his-thirteen-favorite-live-grateful-dead-recordings.html#ixzz2DOpjtjGJ
 
Grateful Dead Live at Greek Theatre, U. Of California on 1984-07-13
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Comment: The “Scarlet”-“Touch of Grey”-“Fire” (this was before “Touch of Grey” had been recorded; it’s brisker here) is a beloved oddity. Garcia, often AWOL in 1984, comes to play. The synthy keyboards may frighten off “Alligator” fans, but let’s not forget this was the era of Wham! There’s also another beautiful “Space”-“Wheel” (it’s happenstance, the combo is not a fetish of mine), a death-shrouded “Stella Blue,” a floor-bouncing “Sugar Magnolia,” and then a rare thing for this era, “Dark Star,” as an encore—in the lore, a shooting star blessed the breakout. You’re not in 1969 anymore, but still, a taste of the old magic. With apologies to 10/12/84. Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2012/11/nicks-picks-paumgarten-picks-his-thirteen-favorite-live-grateful-dead-recordings.html#ixzz2DOptvYEu
 
Grateful Dead Live at Silva Hall, Hult Center on 1983-08-29
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Comment: In the early- to mid-eighties, there were marquee nights and grim ones. You could build a rescue raft out of a dozen sturdy “China”-“Rider”s. I just adopted this version, even though no one else I know really seems to know it. The band plays faster than ever, tight and coke-y bombastic bluegrass. The recording is rough (this is why God made equalizers, or other bands), but Garcia blazes. You’ll shed a few pounds. Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2012/11/nicks-picks-paumgarten-picks-his-thirteen-favorite-live-grateful-dead-recordings.html#ixzz2DOq3Ntxc
 
Grateful Dead Live at Springfield Civic Center on 1979-01-15
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Comment: The end of the Keith and Donna Godchaux era had its ups and downs, this night being no exception. But the way the “I Need a Miracle” crashes into “Shakedown Street” is unique and stately. It sounds almost (banish the thought) pre-meditated. The pretty, chimey jam out of “Drums” into the so-called “Playin Reprise” ends with warp-speed Garcia fingerwork that boggles the mind, until you hear the band careen into “Casey Jones,” and then it all makes pharmacological sense. Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2012/11/nicks-picks-paumgarten-picks-his-thirteen-favorite-live-grateful-dead-recordings.html#ixzz2DOqGeJJh
 
Grateful Dead Live at MacArthur Court - University of Oregon on 1978-01-22
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Comment: 1978 got a little sloppy, but this one is a monster. Start with “Terrapin,” or else “The Other One.” Listen for the “Close Encounters” theme prior to “St. Stephen.” “Not Fade Away,” often rote, shows some special snarl. Sounds like Garcia was abducted by aliens. Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2012/11/nicks-picks-paumgarten-picks-his-thirteen-favorite-live-grateful-dead-recordings.html#ixzz2DOqNUCYy
 
Grateful Dead Live at Buffalo Memorial Auditorium on 1977-05-09
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Comment: On the desert island next to mine, there’s a guy who brought along every show from May, 1977—including his Betty Board of the highly overrated May 8th Cornell gig (which, I’ll concede, features the definitive version of the disco rearrangement of “Dancin in the Streets”). I have room for only one: Buffalo. The next night is better over-all, but “Help on the Way”-“Slipknot”-“Franklin’s Tower,” sadly underrepresented on this list, is stronger on this night. The slow tunes, too: “Comes a Time,” “Peggy-O.” Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2012/11/nicks-picks-paumgarten-picks-his-thirteen-favorite-live-grateful-dead-recordings.html#ixzz2DOqTheeB
 
Grateful Dead Live at Portland Memorial Coliseum on 1974-05-19
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Comment: For years, my ur-1974 was Freedom Hall, Louisville, but that show became an official release, under the Road Trips rubric. This gig, a few weeks earlier, has some goodies. “Truckin’ ” is a fine, iconic song that can get tiresome, but the run-out afterward here, which passes through a funky take on a descending progression known as “The Mind Left Body Jam,” captures the Fender-Rhodes spirit of ’74. So does the next gig, in Seattle. Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2012/11/nicks-picks-paumgarten-picks-his-thirteen-favorite-live-grateful-dead-recordings.html#ixzz2DOqZlyAq
 
Grateful Dead Live at Dane County Coliseum on 1973-02-15
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Comment: Check in on the era-representative versions of “They Love Each Other,” “Here Comes Sunshine,” and “Playin’ in the Band,” which, at fifteen minutes, is relatively lean, if you go in for that kind of thing. But it’s the “Dark Star”-“Eyes of the World” that put Dane County on my life raft. The bass tone, the drum work, the gentle pace: it summons up an exploratory prime. The segue between the two songs, which includes (sin of sins) a bass solo, and then a Garcia-Lesh instrumental duet, and then a dreamy intro to “Eyes,” is like a psalm. (Beware the break between tracks—it wasn’t like that on the old Maxell.) Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2012/11/nicks-picks-paumgarten-picks-his-thirteen-favorite-live-grateful-dead-recordings.html#ixzz2DOqgVAAy
 
Grateful Dead Live at Old Renaissance Faire Grounds on 1972-08-27
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Comment: In an incredible year, this performance, outdoors in blazing heat, in Ken Kesey country, is legendary. There is unreleased film of it, bits of which are on YouTube. For those who like the long jams, these are some of the finest: “Bird Song,” “Playin’ in the Band,” “Dark Star.” The “China Cat Sunflower”-“I Know You Rider” is foundational. The stage announcements are excellent: missing children, water shortages, lost goods. “Jay Sunday, Earth Man, lost his Austrian billfold. Please leave it at the New World restaurant.” Hotbox time machine. Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2012/11/nicks-picks-paumgarten-picks-his-thirteen-favorite-live-grateful-dead-recordings.html#ixzz2DOqmtgMw
 
Grateful Dead Live at Hill Auditorium on 1971-12-14
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Comment: December of 1971 was a hot stretch. The Dead had a new barrelhouse piano player, Keith Godchaux, yet still had their soul man, Pigpen. They had a host of proper new songs, yet still got weird. The approach was a little cruder than it would be in 1972, but prettier than the year before. The bass had a chunky tone that you could sit on, the one-drummer setup made the tempo brisk, Bob Weir, the rhythm guitarist, had newfound authority, and Garcia had learned to sing. Something about all this and the state of Michigan seems right. Take it from the top. Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2012/11/nicks-picks-paumgarten-picks-his-thirteen-favorite-live-grateful-dead-recordings.html#ixzz2DOqsLB7o
 
Grateful Dead Live at Capitol Theater on 1970-06-24
Bookmarked: 2 years ago
Comment: This is an early specimen of an audience tape. If you’re picky about sound, move along. If you stay, be sure to read the account, at the bottom of this link, of its provenance—a gruff taper named Ken Lee, a kind of tapehead Stagger Lee. Why this one, then? The band sounds ferocious, and the audience is riled. The “Dark Star” suite has its gentle moments, but the way they launch into “St. Stephen,” with the theatre crowd going bananas and what sounds like a gun being shot, gives an eighties Deadhead like me a taste of a more feral time, both onstage and off. Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2012/11/nicks-picks-paumgarten-picks-his-thirteen-favorite-live-grateful-dead-recordings.html#ixzz2DOqxUste
 
Grateful Dead Live at Dream Bowl on 1969-02-22
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Comment: The Warlocks became the Grateful Dead in 1965, but it took a few years for the band to find a voice. If 1968 was primal psychedelic Dead, 1969 was the apotheosis. There’s too much to choose from, though the set lists don’t vary much. The hall names have a mythical ring. This year came down to a choice between shows at the Ark and the Avalon, after the Fillmore run, or a more obscure show at the Dream Bowl, just before it. The February 22nd show is as fine an example of this period as any. The “Mountains of the Moon” segue into “Dark Star” is a beaut. “The Eleven,” with its 11/8 time signature, is elemental. “Doin’ That Rag,” soon to be retired, is a kick. Plus you have Pig in his prime, on “Turn on Your Lovelight.” Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2012/11/nicks-picks-paumgarten-picks-his-thirteen-favorite-live-grateful-dead-recordings.html#ixzz2DOr2PV8f
 
Grateful Dead Live at Fox Theatre on 1980-11-30
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Comment: An old cult favorite. The whole second set, courtesy of Dr. Bob Wagner. The “Scarlet Begonias”-“Fire on the Mountain” may be the main attraction, but the “Playin’ ” jam is a headlong fever dream—not for the faint of ear. The way “The Wheel” comes out of the “Space” is real purty, though, as is the weepy, deliberate “Ship of Fools.” Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2012/11/nicks-picks-paumgarten-picks-his-thirteen-favorite-live-grateful-dead-recordings.html#ixzz2DOq9uDWr